Passages to Recovery, Inc. offers Clinically Managed High-Intensity Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services at two locations:
Passages Pittsburgh, a 50-bed treatment center for men in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, and
Passages West Homestead, a 56-bed treatment center for women near the Homestead Grays Bridge.
Our intensive residential drug and alcohol treatment services make a difference for people who choose to jump start or restart their recovery process over a focused period of time. Our treatment centers provide a structured, safe environment where clients can work without interruption on an individualized treatment plan that addresses their
needs, strengths and goals in many life areas and does not define them by their past deeds or pathology. Clinical services include group and individual therapy sessions, psychoeducation, medication-assisted treatment as prescribed, connections to mental health treatment services and aftercare planning. Clients can be referred to our Outpatient Services and Peer and Family Recovery Supports program, and may also be connected to health care services, employment services, housing assistance, and other basic needs programs.
We view chemical dependency as an illness with complex origins, from which it is possible to recover. We recognize that recovery is a nonlinear process, and respect the humanity, dignity and courage of clients whether they are negotiating their personal challenges or celebrating their victories. We are here to help, and our inpatient drug and alcohol treatment services allow us to help 24/7.
We accept a variety of health insurances, including Medical Assistance, and work with uninsured clients to help them obtain coverage and funding.